Oxycodone Withdrawal

Oxycodone is one of the most commonly abused types of prescription drugs. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you overcome Oxycodone withdrawal now. Call us today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB.

Oxycodone Withdrawal Symptoms

Oxycodone is an extremely powerful drug that can often render patients tolerant in a very short time. Withdrawal is one of the clearest indicators of dependency and should be treated by a doctor or nurse who is trained in symptoms. While each patient’s Oxycodone withdrawal symptoms will vary according to the scope and severity of their abuse, some of the more common symptoms include changes in mood, headaches, moderate to severe joint and muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hallucinations, sweating, flu-like symptoms, shaking and tremors, depression, anxiety, suicidal ideations and so much more. The longer Oxycodone abuse persists, the more difficult withdrawal is likely to be. The drug creates serious and profound changes in biochemistry and causes patients to crave the drug beyond anything else in their lives. If you or a loved one are experiencing these or any other symptoms, speak to your prescribing physician or seek treatment right away.

Causes of Oxycodone Withdrawal

People become dependent on Oxycodone for a variety of reasons. Many start taking the drug out of sheer curiosity and wind up getting more than they bargain for; others wind up misusing their legitimate supply and quickly developing tolerance. One of the primary drivers of the prescription painkiller epidemic is the assumption by many users that these drugs are somehow less harmful than illicit drugs like heroin. They think that since their legal, they must be safe. The reality is that these drugs represent a serious and enduring threat that can have a serious impact on users’ overall health and quality of life.

Treating Oxycodone Withdrawal

Treatment of Oxycodone withdrawal requires medical detox and management to help patients get through their symptoms. Recovery Unplugged offers addiction-trained doctors and nurses to help alleviate symptoms and intervene in the event of a medical emergency. Patients often think they can overcome Oxycodone withdrawal on their own and wind up relapsing as a result. Don’t get caught up in this self-defeating cycle. Call us today to start overcoming your withdrawal symptoms. We very much look forward to helping you.

Don’t Give Up on Yourself

There’s no reason why substance use withdrawal has to get in the way of your recovery. Whether you or someone you care about is suffering from Oxycodone withdrawal or any other type of medical issue related to addiction, Recovery Unplugged is going to help you regain your strength, health, lucidity and independence. Call us today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB to start reclaiming your life from addiction.

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